The bottom screen shows all of the planes in the air under your guidance, with little icons showing whether they're taking off, midflight, coming in to land or on the ground, along with the gate to which they're headed. There's also a text crawl under each plane's information bar that writes out your directions.
It appears that the Japanese airports in which the original version of the game took place will return, or at least Nagoya will; but it looks like other airports (Honolulu and Seattle, that we can see) will also appear -- though they may just be renamed versions of the original levels.
Gallery: Air Traffic Chaos
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
4-21-2008 @ 3:54PM
Can you go on strike and get fired by President Reagan? That'd be awesome.
Seriously, I'm psyched for an English version of this game.
4-21-2008 @ 5:45PM
This looks like it could be fun, or completely awful. I kinda think it'll be like a Game & Watch game; focusing on many things at once.
I want a flight simulator for the DS, though. And whatever happened to DS Air?
5-10-2008 @ 11:20PM
I have no idea why i am WRITING THIS! said...
umm.. the gallery you have up there is from the japanese game called Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan DS. Why the heck did u put that??????? IT SHOULD BE IN ENGLISH I TELL U! ENGLISH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!